Department of Wildlife Science combines field research in habitats of primates
and other wild animals with a variety of biological sciences such as comparative
cognitive science, ethology and genomics and promotes the conservation
and welfare of animals. We collaborate with museums, zoos, aquariums and
aim to pass deep understandings of nature and humans on to the next generation.
- Nov 27th, 2017
- [Collaborative research] Vomeronasal receptor evolution in primates.
- Nov 2th, 2017
- [Collaborative research] Whole genome sequencing in a chimpanzee parent-offspring trio.
- Jan 25th, 2017
- [Collaborative research] Bitter taste receptor function in colobine monkeys.
- Nov 14th, 2016
- [Collaborative research] Bitter taste receptor function in New World monkeys.
- Mar 30th, 2016
- [Collaborative research] Network modules and hubs in plant-root fungal biomes.
- Jan 4th, 2016
- [Collaborative research] The life history of retrocopies illuminates the evolution of new mammalian genes.
- Sep 10th, 2015
- [Review] Taste of chimpanzee foods (Mahale Chimpanzees 50 Years of Research).
- July 23rd, 2015
- [Collaborative research] Rapid expansion of phenylthiocarbamide non-tasters among Japanese macaques.